FCC Commissioner McDowell suggests that any FCC decision that supports Net Neutrality -- the idea that the Internet must be free and open -- is somehow tantamount to government regulation of content.
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Nobody should confuse "groundbreaking precedent" with an adequate solution to the problem of broadband service providers using their bottleneck powers to pick winners and losers on the Internet.
A new era for the Internet could begin on Aug. 1, when the FCC is expected to decide that Internet users have rights under the communications law.
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